7M05208701 «Ecology»

The aim of the educational program "Ecology (Environmental Management)" is the fundamental training of highly qualified specialists with in-depth knowledge of modern ecology and environmental monitoring, who professionally possess research and practical methods of environmental monitoring and are capable of independent research and professional activity.

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Key disciplines which you will study:


Rational use of natural resources:

  • Features of the distribution of raw materials of Kazakhstan, their reserves and development prospects
  • Modern efficient technologies for the use of natural resources: biotechnology, low-waste technologies for the processing of mineral raw materials, their secondary use.
  • The principles and motives of environmental management.
  • Closed cycles in the chemical, metallurgical industry and the use of water resources
  • Pollution of the environment byharmful waste for people, depletion of natural resources and the threat of the destruction of environmental bonds in nature.
  • Modern problems of ecology

  • Nature management and environmental problems in the early stages of development of the civilization.
  • Modern impact of human production on nature.
  • The main consequences of the impact of human production on nature.
  • Forecasts of negative phenomena for the biosphere and humanity.
  • Ways of solving problems of ecology and environmental management
  • The technology of using sustainable energy

  • Analysis of the current state and international experience of efficient use of energy and renewable resources.
  • World experience in the development of solar energy. Production of solar thermal energy.
  • Wind energy technologies. Prospects for the development of wind power in Kazakhstan.
  • Methods for obtaining energy from biomass.
  • Hydropower. Micro-HPP and small hydro.
  • Energy conservation and renewable energy sources
  • Environmental Aspects of Genetic Engineering

  • DNA properties that determine their use in in vitro manipulations.
  • The enzymes used in genetic engineering.
  • The concept of a vector and its properties. Plasmid vectors.
  • DNA electrophoresis methods.
  • Genetic mapping
  • Communal ecology of the city

  • City as a complex multifunctional object.
  • Functional zoning of the surface area of the city.
  • Components of the urban environment and industrial emissions.
  • Urban energy facilities are the main technogenic factor affecting the biosphere.
  • Environmental problems of urban transport and their solutions.
  • Municipal waste and treatment.
  • Elements of environmental management of populated areas.
  • Managing the environmental safety of the city.
  • Ecological physiology

  • Physiological adaptation of processes. Ecological and genetic classification of adaptation.
  • Ecological factors and their action. General patterns of influence of environmental factors on the body.
  • The main laws of individual adaptation. Adaptation syndrome as a mechanism to restore the constancy of the internal environment of the body.Definition of homeostasis.Levels of adaptation.
  • The influence of natural cycles and meteorological factors on the human body.
  • Assessment of adaptive capabilities. The rate of reaction and the price of adaptation.
  • The concept of stress. Classification of stress factors.Stages of stress.The mechanism of stress reaction.
  • Pollution of the human environment and nature conservation objectives

  • Where can you work?

    Graduates of the specialty work as engineers, research associates of research institutes and design branch institutes, ecologists and leading experts in state, local, regional, foreign institutions and enterprises, experts in projects carried out on a tender basis and various environmental funds, teachers at universities, leading experts in organizations engaged in environmental insurance, auditing and licensing of existing enterprises, etc.


    Our address:

    100028, Karaganda, Universitetskaya street, 28, building №3
    tel: +7(7212) 77 00 69 (dean's office)